The NHS boy’s volleyball team is starting off their second-ever season strong. They currently have 12 wins, only two losses, and are now leading in the Colonial division in the Super Essex Conference (SEC).
Community colleges are a great and affordable alternative to a four-year college. Essex County College (ECC) and Bergen Community College (BCC) are two colleges that some Nutley High School (NHS) students may choose to attend after graduation.
The NHS school year consists of 183 days with three snow days built in. In the event that none of the snow days are used, the school will close for students on the 180th day of school. High School Graduation is currently set for a single session day on June 15, 2023.
With about half of the 2022-2023 school year completed, NHS counselors are going to start scheduling for the 2023-2024 school year. On top of elective choices students also have to consider taking Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Just like an honors course, AP courses also offer a weighted GPA but they also can offer college credits that can help defray tuition costs for students attending college in the future.
Senior Victoria Rutnik will be the first NHS hockey player to play for a Division 1 school when she joins Long Island University next Fall. Rutnik dedicates six hours a week to practice and currently plays for both the varsity boys' team and the NJ Colonials 19U AAA girls' team.
Nutley High School’s Girl's Varsity Volleyball (NHSVB) team held their first home game of the season against Cedar Grove on October 3, 2022. The match started at 5:30 pm, following a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly renovated high school gym.
In America, 45 million former and current students are in debt, owing a grand total of $1.6 trillion in student loans. In more than seven million people, one of every five borrowers fails to pay off the loans they owe, which are commonly left unpaid for a decade or longer in some cases. Student loan debt can cause a recession in the economy and cause mental distress to those who have yet to pay off their loans.
The Covid-19 pandemic has set off a domino effect of predicaments leading to the inflation rate exceeding the national 40-year high previously set in December. Supply chain issues, high demand, production costs, and relief funds all play a role in the surging inflation.
Amanda Scaperotta is a 16-year-old sophmore and reporter for the Maroon & Gray. She is in the class of 2025 and is a varsity volleyball athlete. She aspires to grow a few inches taller so she can follow her dreams of playing volleyball in college.